It is intended that the official Publisher Release for 07/26/18 will include the following changes:
Resolved an issue that could cause a "something went wrong" error for team members trying to sign in with Google on a different page.
Resolved an issue that would sometimes cause the exporting of user analytics to fail.
Resolved an issue which could cause account creation to fail.
Improvement: Improved handling of server status when a user shuts down their Frame desktop session from within Windows, rather than using "Power off" from the gear menu.
Hotfix: Resolved an issue which could cause session starts to fail when certain features were enabled.
Resolved an issue where some sessions wouldn't start due to a change in the latest version of Chrome.
Resolved an issue with the "Strict site isolation" setting in the latest version of Chrome and the FrameApp API.
Improved error handling.
New Feature: Added support for 4k resolution on G3 instance types.
Resolved an issue which would sometimes result in admins not being able to manage system emails.
Resolved an issue where secondary admins were not respected by custom authentications.
Improvement: Improved session recovery for Azure instances.
Improved component update process.
Resolved an issue with Azure File Sync on BYO Azure accounts that would prevent sessions from starting.
Resolved an issue where custom resolutions would sometimes not work on Pro 56GB instance types.*
Resolved an issue where even though a GPU was attached, Frame did not detect that it was.*
Resolved an issue with dual displays which would sometimes cause the session to force close after minimizing one of the displays.
Resolved an issue that would sometimes cause a session to continue streaming after being disconnected.
Resolved an issue with Azure that caused lengthy instance start times.
Backend performance improvements.
Feature: Extended experimental multi-monitor support to Azure Pro 56GB and Pro 224GB.
Improvement: Improved recovery for VMs that fail to start.
Resolved an issue on Azure that could cause new VNET creation to take a very long time.
Resolve an issue on Azure that could prevent an admin from canceling a publish.
* Applied only to AWS Windows Server 2012 accounts (already applied to Azure accounts previously).
General Test Drive improvements.
General security improvements.
Resolved an issue where an account sandbox could be unavailable for a short time if the admin had just left a production session.
Resolved an issue with App Groups where new users were not always assigned the correct instance type.
Improvement: Improved internal messaging system.
Improvement: Optimized some internal processes, which can result in faster operations when starting and stopping instances.
Improvement: A change has been made to how accounts publish changes that should result in publishes completing more quickly.
Resolved an issue with accounts using the no_low_cpu feature.
Resolved an issue which could result in backups not being created for Azure accounts.
Resolved a display issue in Super Admin view with accounts using Personal drives (P: drive).
Resolved an issue where custom resolutions would sometimes not work on NV6 instance types.
Resolved an issue where even though a GPU was attached, Frame did not detect that it was.
Resolved an issue which would sometimes prevent users from being able to create folders on Launchpad.
Improvement: When signing in via Google Authentication, Google Drive is automatically attached.
Improvement: Applied security patches to web components.
Resolved an issue where Sandbox could become unavailable for a short time after publishing your apps.
Resolved an issue where App Groups would sometimes show Sandbox applications as well as Production applications.
Resolved an issue which could cause some account settings to be set to "off" when saving changes to a Platform Admin Enterprise account.
Resolved an issue where users assigned to an App Group could have the wrong default instance type.
Resolved an issue with exporting analytics and emails that contained underscores.
Note: The following changes only apply to Azure accounts.
Resolved an issue which could disconnect users when publishing to Production finished.
Retirement: 3D Connexion SpaceNavigator (Mouse) support. Due to Google discontinuing support for Chrome Apps beyond Chromebooks, Frame has retired support for 3D mice. A new approach to support 3D mice is under development.
Improvement: Optimized instance provisioning when multiple users are waiting for instances to become available.
Improvement: New base Windows image in all AWS regions. Includes latest Windows OS updates (including SPECTRE and MELTDOWN patches), Chrome v64, and latest drivers for all GPU instance types.